Martin Tlapa, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, to speak at the Summit about support of state institutions in the context of Czech companies’ penetration into foreign markets in the field of power engineering

Martin Tlapa, Deputy Minister and Head of the Section of Countries outside Europe, Economic and Development Cooperation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, was working at the Office of the Government of the Czech Republic as the Deputy State Secretary for European Affairs in 2012–2014, and in 2004–2012 at the Ministry of Industry and Trade as Deputy Minister and Director of the European Union and Competitiveness Section, Agenda of Multilateral and Common Business Policy, Internal Market of the EU, Community and International Law, International Competitiveness. In 1996–2004  he was working at CzechTrade as Deputy Director General, Managing Director, in 2000–2004 as Director General, in 1996–1997 at the  Centre for Foreign Economic Relations as Director of External Relations, General Secretary, in 1992–1996 at the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Canada as Secretary for Business and Economic Affairs, in 1993–1996 at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, in 1991–1992 at the Federal Ministry of Foreign Trade, OECD Department, as Territorial Expert, in 1989–1991 at the Research Institute of External Economic Relations as an Expert Staff Member.